The Industrial Education Survey of the City of New York

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Manhattan linotype Company, printers, 1918 - Manual training - 473 pages
 

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Page 243 - If the total amount requested in such estimate shall be equivalent to or less than four and nine-tenths mills on every dollar of assessed valuation of the real and personal property in such city liable to taxation, the board of estimate and apportionment shall appropriate such amount.
Page 405 - Two of the original members shall be appointed for a term of one year, two for a term of two years, and one for a term of three years...
Page 243 - The said board shall annually, between the first day of October and the first day of November meet, and [by the affirmative vote of all the members] make a budget of the amounts estimated to be required to pay the expenses of conducting the public business of The City of New York, as constituted by this act and of the counties of New York, Kings, Queens and Richmond for the then next ensuing year.
Page 243 - ... by the board of estimate and apportionment, the board of aldermen, and the Mayor as that taken upon departmental estimates submitted by the board of estimate and apportionment.
Page 8 - Apportionment, and for the purpose of providing means therefor, the Comptroller be and is hereby authorized...
Page 37 - In the second year an apprentice shall be employed at least 50 per cent of his time at hand composition and distribution. In the third year an apprentice shall be employed at least 75 per cent of his time at hand composition and distribution, and shall receive one-half of the regular scale.
Page 241 - ... chief executive officer of the state system of education and of the regents. The said department is charged with the general management and supervision of all public schools and all of the educational work of the state, including the operations of the university of the state of New York.
Page 384 - In order that the work of the school may be definitely coordinated with the work of the shop, a separate set of teachers is sometimes employed. These may be called co-ordinators. A shop co-ordinator is a teacher well versed in shop practice.**** His function is to make a direct co-ordination of the work of the shop with the instruction of the schools.
Page 241 - He shall have general supervision over all schools and institutions which are subject to the provisions of this act, or of any statute relating to education, and shall cause the same to be examined and inspected, and shall advise and guide the school officers of all districts and cities of the state in relation to their duties and the general management of the schools under their control.
Page 241 - He shall enforce all general and special laws relating to the educational system of the state and execute all educational policies determined upon by the board of regents.

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